hiiii. i'm dx. i'm a girl. i like girls.

dequis (deh-kiss) means dx (dee-ecks).

i'm a soft developer working on stuff to stabilize grid frequency, among other things.

still technically a maintainer of bitlbee and irssi, but burnt out on open source, so not really.

this web sight uses ikiwiki but isn't publicly editable, so please don't touch the edit buttons or Bad Things Will Happen™

contact

  • twitter dekisu
  • fedi dx mastodon social
  • github dequis
  • curiouscat dekisu
  • mail dequis dequis org
  • irc dx at libera, oftc, maybe others.
    (not in freenode. rip freenode.)
  • xmpp dequis jabber org
    (no OMEMO. due to spam i might not see add requests)
  • keybase dx
    (ignore the "rip" that was here. i'll keep using this)
  • signal [redacted phone number]

project pages

  • emoji

    notes on unicode emoji support, potential issues mostly in the linux rendering stack, and how to fix it

  • whatsapp web

    general overview on whatsapp's web client

  • tweetdeck

    notes on tweetdeck's usage of the twitter api

  • hipchat

    notes on hipchat's XMPP protocol variant

  • msn

    msn/skype protocol documentation, moved to the github msndevs wiki, only here for reference

  • newtronic

    (spanish) modding a TV set top box, "Newtronic DV-5306"

all notes

2017 goal tracker conclusions
Posted 2017-12-24
debugging use after free
Posted 2017-07-24
2017 goal tracker
Posted 2017-01-10
facebook
Posted 2016-03-28
ikiwiki as index
Posted 2015-06-06
where do i want to go
Posted 2015-04-01
whatsapp web
Posted 2015-02-28
tweetdeck
Posted 2015-02-07
emoji
Posted 2015-01-22
glowstone
Posted 2014-11-05
git bzr workflow
Posted 2014-10-29
horse-gate-hg-1
Posted 2014-10-09
archivebot dashboard fun
Posted 2014-09-28
ikiwiki-bootstrap-theme
Posted 2014-08-16
dx
Posted 2014-08-02
hostnames
Posted 2014-08-01
network layout
Posted 2014-08-01
previous sites
Posted 2014-03-18
perl
Posted 2014-03-03
sleep
Posted 2014-02-27
videogames
Posted 2014-02-27
restate my assumptions
Posted 2013-08-29
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experiments and dumb things

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